The only part that is a bit time consuming is the “coating” of the chicken. But it is a really easy recipe.
1-2 pounds of chicken ( depends how many you’re feeding )
1/2 cup flour ( more if needed ) you can use any type of flour. We used whole wheat
3 eggs ( more if needed ) we used some from our friends chickens – so good
4 cups of crushed cornflakes ( more if needed )
Cut the chicken into bite sized peices. Roll each peice, first in flour, then egg, then cornflakes. Place the coated chicken on a baking sheet ( I line mine with aluminum foil and then spray in to coconut oil )
Bake at 450 for 12-15 min. I usually go less than most recipes because my oven is hotter than most. Just check that they don’t burn.
1 1/2 cups of chicken broth
1/3 cup hoisin sauce
1/4 cup rice vinegar
3 Tbsp soya sauce ( I use Braggs liquid soya seasoning- wayyyyyyyy less sodium! )
3 tbsp brown sugar ( I actually used maple sugar as a more natural sugar – actually it’s cause it tastes way better 😍 )
Bring all this to a boil then thicken it with a bit of cornstarch.
I used 2 tbsp in a little bit of water first to avoid clumping. I find the brand of cornstarch to make a difference in how much you use so you’ll have to play with this amount. Just put a little in at a time so it doesn’t get too thick.
Toss the chicken in the sauce and serve!
Yum! We had ours with the spicy peanut noodles that are on this blog 😍